Is Climate Change Making Us Sick?

When it comes to climate change, most people think of rising sea levels, but few consider its impact on their health. The European Environment Agency (EEA) has investigated the health risks associated with a warming atmosphere. Some are obvious, such as more frequent and severe floods, heatwaves, and forest fires, but they also include rising infections and significant mental health issues.

Hans-Martin Fuessel, climate change risks and adaptation expert at the EEA, explains the future challenges we must prepare for and actions we can take to safeguard our well-being.

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